To meet different cultures, to discover the wild beauty of our planet, to know ourselves – that is the desire hidden in each of us. Explore the most stunning places I have ever seen.

Madeira, Portugal

Madeira is a beautiful and fascinating island surrounded by the Atlantic and belongs to Portugal.


Madeira, also known as the flower island or "pearl of the Atlantic".

Top places:

Punta de Sao Lourenco - the easternmost tip of the island, which is different from the rest of Madeira. It offers a stunning trail to the viewpoint and back. The journey takes about three hours. Ideal for sunrise and sunset.

Pico Ruivo - the trek to the highest mountain of the island (1861 m). The way to the top is absolutely amazing, you can climb about 700 meters high through narrow paths, tunnels, and super views. You can also go to the top with a shorter route from the north side of the island.

Rabacal - a valley in the western part of Madeira with beautiful 25 Fontes waterfalls. A more touristy place, but still worth a visit.

Caldeirao verde a Caldeirao Inferno - a 20-kilometer-long hike that takes you to the heart of the mountains in the Santana area. Super journey with many tunnels and with a huge overlooking the valley.

Cabo Girao - Europe's second-highest cliff lies about 9 km from the capital, Funchal. You can reach it comfortably by car and enjoy the view from the tourist viewpoint.

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Trolltunga, Norway

One of the most awe-inspiring cliffs in Norway, situated about 1100 meters above sea level.


Trolltunga is a scenic rock formation in the southwestern part of Norway. It is really like a tongue that is situated above Lake Ringedalsvatnet at 700 meters. The only way to get there is to walk from Lake Vetlavatnet of Skjeggedal (430 m). The journey is 22 km long, but because it is difficult terrain, it takes 8-10 hours. Overall, you need to climb 900 m of difficult terrain, but with beautiful views.

Norway's scariest viewpoint.

Countless tourists visit the Norwegian fjords every year. Most of them are attracted by Trolltunga, which is undoubtedly one of the interesting places in Norway which is worth a visit. The name in translation means troll tongue. Do not look for any lines and mysterious legends, the name describes the unique shape of this rock cliff.


The most frequently used route on Trolltung is through the industrial town of Odda. From there you can drive about 5 km to the car park, which serves as a starting line for your hike. There is also a regular bus service from Odda. According to the indicators, the way back and forth will take between 8 and 10 hours, totaling you will walk 22 km. If this just scared you and you said it was too much for you, you probably made a great pleasure to other visitors. Trolltunga is due to the longer time needed to reach the destination is not so crowded with tourists as other famous postcard locations - Preikestolen and Kjerag.

The Lofoten Islands, Norway

The most beautiful archipelago of the Northern Hemisphere.


The Lofoten archipelago can be found approximately 300 km north of the Arctic Circle in Nordland, Norway. Around eighty islands belong to the archipelago, the largest of which are Austvågøy, Hinnøya, Vestvågøy, Moskenesøy, Skrova, Gimsøy and the far islands of Værøy and Røst.


Lofoten and Vesterål archipelago is one of the biggest tourist attractions of northern Norway. The islands stretch along the coast from north to south as a string of pearls. Explore the midnight sun, the world's largest sea stream, the mountain landscape far beyond the Arctic Circle, and the ancient Viking history.

The Himalayas, Nepal

A unique lifetime experience. Unforgettable views of the eight-thousand peaks of the Himalayas.

When to travel to Nepal?

There are two main tourist seasons in Nepal - spring and autumn. Most visitors arrive in April and October. March and November are somewhat quieter months with stable weather. In July and August, rainy season breaks out and mountain peaks are often clouded.

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What to visit in Nepal?

If you're going to Nepal for the first time, you probably want to see his main two attractions, Annapurna and Mount Everest. But how to decide which mountain hike to choose? The famous Annapurna Circuit and Annapurna Base Camp routes are more accessible and easier to acclimatize. You are not moving all the time at such high altitude as the highest mountain on our planet. Whatever you decide, you certainly won't regret it.

What do you pack in your backpack?

When packing, keep in mind that temperatures in Nepal vary depending on altitude. In the valley, you will be warm even in shorts and you will need a cap and gloves for most of the year to cross the passes. The good news is that Kathmandu is very well prepared for tourism. After your arrival, you can buy the rest of the equipment cheaply.

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How about accommodation?

If you consider mountain tours around Annapurna or Everest, you do not need to take your tent with you. Sleeping is often offered free of charge in mountain huts. It works by paying dinner and breakfast, and they will give you a free room.